It's a Southern thing? I know plenty of southerners who don't support inclusion of religious propaganda (and that's what this is) at a school event. I'm not Christian and I'd bet some of the fans at the games aren't either, and if someone unfurled these signs, I'd file a complaint and walk out. You folks already have your own schools all over the place; stop trying to ingratiate your faith at a "public" school. Who cares how hard the girls worked? You don't live in a tunnel? This serves as a great lesson in how law evolves and why. I grew up in the only non-Christian family in a largely Catholic neighborhood and put up with the Christmas carols (nice tunes, ixnay on the Jesus, Holy Child stuff, go back 4 steps to Mass, not school assembly) but I always felt left out. Just because you think everyone thinks like you do does not make you right.